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Google, Microsoft, back Iowa constitutional amendment

The Iowa Constitution would offer protections against unreasonable searches and seizures of Iowans' electronic communications and data under a constitutional amendment advancing through the Iowa Legislature.

House Joint Resolution 1 has already been approved by the Iowa House and received unanimous support Tuesday in an Iowa Senate subcommittee. The amendment would be made to Section 8 of Article 1, which now protects the right of people to be secure in their persons, houses, paper and effects. It would require the issuance of a search warrant based on probable cause for search and seizure of electronic communications and data.

via www.desmoinesregister.com


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